We (humans) are designed to move! Whether you enjoy walking alone, dancing, organized sports, or group fitness, any type of physical activity can positively affect your mood and help you to manage any kind of stress! We often consider movement “me” time and forego our movement to take care of others. The days when you don’t feel like you have time are the days you likely need to move even more! In this webinar we will discuss how movement works as a stress reliever, ways to make time for movement, and ideas for incorporating movement into what you already do.
A discussion about the film “Promising Young Woman” with the Assistant Director of Sexual Violence Prevention and Education, Jessica Rubinsky and the Director of Women and Gender Resource Center, Anneliese Bustillo. Participants may join via Zoom.
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Weekly virtual meditation sessions are open to all students, faculty, and staff and provide a space for emotional and mental development. Each session focuses on different aspect of living such as spiritual connection, life purpose and values, laughter and Joy, positive visualizations, compassion, connection and more. No pre-registration is required just visit UH Wellness on Instagram Live.
In this webinar, you will learn the surprising connection between taste and weight loss. Clinical psychologist, Dr. Dana Labat, and RDN, Meridan Zerner, will discuss how eating the foods you love can help you meet your goals and improve your well-being.
Guest Speaker: Dr. Yunsoo Choi Associate Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Houston The transportation sector drives economic development and enhances the quality of life for humans but is also a significant source of air pollution. More Information
Cardio Dance fuses musical rhythms and choreographed dance moves together to create a dynamic workout that’s designed for fun—and a good workout! —in mind. Moving to the music allows your mind to relax while your body is in constant motion.
The Student Centers and Coog Esports is excited to bring you a Virtual Texas Hold’em Tournament for all UH students. We will be using the Discord platform. If you do not have a Discord account you will need to register for a Discord account. Discord registration is FREE. $50 Campus Store gift card for 1st place and a $25 Campus Store gift card for 2nd place.